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vinyl ST-RS 732933RI is good with some surface scratches, gate fold cover has some cover and edge wear, 090620LLAR2
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ryan marley
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Bad sound quality!
Reviewed in the United States on December 9, 2019
I''ve always loved this album.but the sound quality of this cd is just awful. Sounds like a crappy bootleg. Don''t waste your money on this piece of garbage cd.
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Stephen Maestas
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Four stars is still worth getting.
Reviewed in the United States on October 28, 2020
I liked it, just not as well as 5 star albums like "Exile on Main St.", "Sticky Fingers", "Beggar''s Banquet", etc... This is just down a little from the best of the best, but it is still worth getting. Let''s put it this way; If you are willing to buy albums that came... See more
I liked it, just not as well as 5 star albums like "Exile on Main St.", "Sticky Fingers", "Beggar''s Banquet", etc...
This is just down a little from the best of the best, but it is still worth getting. Let''s put it this way; If you are willing to buy albums that came later, you should have no problem with this one.
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G. Magin
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
''Star, Star" no longer has the over dub, ...
Reviewed in the United States on October 15, 2015
''Star, Star" no longer has the over dub, to deflect the P word, as reported on earlier pressings. It was that line that went "I bet you keep your.............clean" with "That''s why you keep your..........clean" dubbed over it, so you got two P words for... See more
''Star, Star" no longer has the over dub, to deflect the P word, as reported on earlier pressings. It was that line that went "I bet you keep your.............clean" with "That''s why you keep your..........clean" dubbed over it, so you got two P words for the price of one.
I hope Goat''s Head Soup is the subject of their next Deluxe/Super Deluxe Set.
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stevedee
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Re-master Sounds Better Than Original
Reviewed in the United States on July 9, 2017
This re-master sounds better than the vinyl that I have from the 80''s that was very muddy. I still consider this one of their weaker albums, but worth getting for the price.
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MikeC.
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The Stones are Rolling!!!!!
Reviewed in the United States on September 23, 2017
The Stones at their Peak! Great to have this on CD (Finally)!!!! Highly Recommended!!!
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Drew T. '77Top Contributor: Rock Music
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
An underrated classic...
Reviewed in the United States on June 22, 2015
For some reason I always skipped this disc in their collection and I have no good reason why.... Huge fan of the Mick Taylor era band and this album sits very nicely in their catalog with him. So far "100 years..." seems to have the overall lead as best track... See more
For some reason I always skipped this disc in their collection and I have no good reason why.... Huge fan of the Mick Taylor era band and this album sits very nicely in their catalog with him. So far "100 years..." seems to have the overall lead as best track alongside the masterpiece "Angie". Five Stars...
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Tech freak
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Nice album
Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2018
good album,, comes with all the inserts and the goats head poster, wonderfull music! mick tayllor on guitar..the vinyl i bought is used but is in good shape
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Michael Leandro
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Had this in vinyl. Really stands the test of ...
Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2017
Had this in vinyl. Really stands the test of time. Hard to believe they were in their late 20s early 30s when this came out in 1973.
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Sweet Acid
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Can You Hear The Music
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 17, 2017
This album comes at the end of the all-conquering run which started with Let It Bleed, continuing with Sticky Fingers and Exile on Main Street - in other words the Mick Taylor era Stones. And I love it for reasons I don''t fully comprehend. But of all the Stones albums in my...See more
This album comes at the end of the all-conquering run which started with Let It Bleed, continuing with Sticky Fingers and Exile on Main Street - in other words the Mick Taylor era Stones. And I love it for reasons I don''t fully comprehend. But of all the Stones albums in my collection - and that''s most of them - this is the one I play the most. It is kind of louche, kind of super funky, feels even lazy at times but underneath it all the brilliance of the playing and writing shines through and it somehow captures everything that is great about the Stones. Not an obvious buy for those intrigued but not committed to the Stones, but a grower that reveals its jewel encrusted secrets with each and every play from the opening of Dancing With Mr D through 100 Years Ago and Angie before closing eventually with the naff but likeable Star, Star.
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Aesir Inks
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Sorting the goats from the sheep
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 4, 2019
I missed out on this album for years. Perhaps it was the faux ‘Satanic’ ‘I undertone of the title. Perhaps I was put off by the cover, vaguely suggestive of Mick Jaggers rubbery gob, emerging alien like, from some unfortunate woman’s pubic mound. While never being the...See more
I missed out on this album for years. Perhaps it was the faux ‘Satanic’ ‘I undertone of the title. Perhaps I was put off by the cover, vaguely suggestive of Mick Jaggers rubbery gob, emerging alien like, from some unfortunate woman’s pubic mound. While never being the biggest Stones fan I do however think that ‘Gimme Shelter’, ‘Sympathy For The Devil’ and ‘Angie’ are three of the finest rock songs ever written. Coming on the heels of Sticky Fingers and Exile, The Stones had set the bar pretty high for themselves. Also 1973 saw many major rock acts at the height of their commercial and creative powers. The Stones may not have been as flash or experimental or groundbreaking as some of their contemporaries (Floyd, Zeppelin, ELP, Bowie et al) but they were still at the top of the rock food chain. Beyond the image and the hype it’s the music that counts. Goats Head is a great, strong, album. The Stones have a slinky, seductive groove all of their own. Ten great songs beginning with the catchy boogie of ‘Dancing With Mr D’, and powering through to (the lewd) ‘Star Star’, Mick and Keef didn’t feel any mad urge to reinvent the wheel. Instead they gave us a solid set of songs that stand the test of time. I very rarely want to listen to an album again immediately after playing it but Goats Head Soup is one of them. A classic blast of early 1970’s rock n roll - and I like it.
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gerarich
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Your tricks with fruit are kinda cute
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 4, 2016
This was the first Stones album I bought when I was 14 in 1973 so my view of it is,perhaps, bolstered by nostalgia.The back catalogue I collected later and only then did I realize the weight of of expectation that led to the mixed reviews when Goat''s Head Soup was released....See more
This was the first Stones album I bought when I was 14 in 1973 so my view of it is,perhaps, bolstered by nostalgia.The back catalogue I collected later and only then did I realize the weight of of expectation that led to the mixed reviews when Goat''s Head Soup was released. Nothing more need be said about the incredible run of Stones albums between 1968-1972 other than the fact that this album was always going to be measured against the majesty of those recordings I was coming to The Stones completely fresh however and this album did not disappoint. In fact, I loved it. The slithering , sensuous opener "Dancing with Mr D" reminded me of the voodoo scenes from Live and Let Die - the Bond film from the same year. Often regarded as a poor relation to "Sympathy for the Devil" but listen to the live version on "A Brussels Affair" and you''ll discover what an underrated song this is. "100 years ago" is an unusual Stones song which stops abruptly two thirds of the way through when Jagger sings "Call me lazy bones". The song then speeds up with great interplay between Mick Taylor''s lead guitar and Billy Preston on clavinet. Preston shines again on the funky rocker "Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker) " which shows that he was listening to Stevie Wonder a lot at the time. "Coming Down Again" is a Keith Richards sung beautiful ballad that is almost a cry for help from the heroin addiction that had engulfed him. Side Two on the original album opened with "Silver Train" , a bluesy rocker that would have sounded more at home on "Exile". Apparently written in 1970 it is a bit out of place on this album but nevertheless has some fine harmonica from Mick Jagger. The highlight of Side Two and possibly the whole album is "Winter" , a plaintive ballad where Jagger delivers one of his best vocal performances. The soulfulness of this song suggests that Mick had been listening to Van Morrison''s St Dominic''s Preview released the previous year. The album closer "Star Star" is the out and out rocker , great groove, Chuck Berry pinched riff with rude lyrics that ensured radio bans everywhere. The Stones hadn''t finished with controversy yet, but if you don''t chuckle at the sheer schoolboy naughtiness of this song after listening to it,then you''ve lost your sense of humour. Last , but not least, the single " "Angie". The lush strings arrangement may have been too much for the hard core Stones rock fan, but, again , great vocal from Jagger and the broad appeal of the song made it a global hit and ensured its parent album sold by the bucketload. So, there we are. Forget what went before and what would come later. Listen to this album in isolation and you won''t be disappointed.
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Len Yarham
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
disappointed
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 12, 2020
The deluxe version was ordered, instead I received the basic edition, I wont bother sending it back I gave it to my niece, bought the deluxe version in HMV
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 1, 2019
The Stones really knew how to cook during the late 60''s early 70''s. A mix of flavours that produce a rich tapestry of sound and lyrical content. One of my faves ''Winter'' is just sublime!
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